“Growing up in Oakland, you can experience a lot of different types of people. As a sixteen-year old, I thought it was cool to hang out with friends that drank and did drugs. That kind of lifestyle lead me to homelessness and being on the run. Running away from friends and family. Last year I found myself in a detox center and it was a social worker who told me about Cityteam Oakland. I needed help and they opened their door to me. Through the Discovering God Bible studies at Cityteam, I have learned a lot about who God is and how I can have a personal relationship with Him. I am currently working and I see so many changes in my life. I am so thankful to everyone that has supported me through the process.”Read More Stories
Your involvement is what makes it possible to change lives, families, and communities. Every program at Cityteam, from a hot meal to addiction recovery, is only possible because of support from individuals, companies, churches, and schools who care about helping others. You don’t have to be a superhero to make a difference. Here are some ways YOU can get involved.
Providing hot, nutritious meals to people
struggling with hunger.
A residential, Christ-centered, holistic program which empowers men to transform their broken lives.
Helping people in need achieve their individual learning goals.
Can I ask you to partner with Cityteam Oakland in transforming our local community? Together we can give the elderly, the homeless, or the low-income family a chance to find help through meeting real needs and to find hope that only God can provide. These moments can inspire them to change their lives.
We provide so many services (365 days a year) like hot meals, food boxes, warm & safe shelter, and life-saving programs for those lost in addiction and shame.
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Hundreds of corporations partner and volunteer with us. Contact us for more information.
Cityteam Oakland, 722 Washington St. Oakland, CA 94607 | 510.452.3758 | email@example.com
For $1.89, you can give someone a hot Thanksgiving meal—surrounded by caring staff and volunteers.